Bad Cell Phone Reception in your Office? What to do About Dropped Calls.


Dropped calls occur more frequently in office buildings than you might realize. They are caused by a number of factors, from weather conditions and hills or trees interfering with signals outside, to the building itself.

Buildings add to the problem because they contain a wide range of construction materials that can degrade or block signals, such as wire mesh, metal, insulation, concrete, reflective exterior surfaces or tinting on windows (such as in LEED buildings). Any of these can lead to dropped calls or weak-to-no signal at all indoors, despite the fact that you can get a perfectly good signal as soon as you step out of the building.

This problem is one that can easily be resolved with a smart signal booster smart signal booster. It is specifically designed to capture the weak signal that reaches a building, boost it and retransmit it, so you can get just as strong a signal inside a building. As a point of comparison, the receiver on a signal booster can be 4 to 10 times more sensitive than a mobile phone in terms of picking up signals. It then boosts this stronger signal to give you even better coverage.

The Cel-Fi Smart Signal Booster performs much better than traditional signal boosters by using very powerful and advanced technology, often with greater than 1,000 times the gain of the industry average. Cel-Fi’s processor core was designed to be obsessed with finding any way to maximize coverage. It is also the first of a new generation of digital signal boosters designed to be in compliance with the new FCC regulation on consumer signal boosters that come into play in March 2014. Cel-Fi is also the only consumer booster approved by 139 carriers in 70 countries around the world, including T-Mobile and AT&T. No other booster is authorized for use by these mobile carriers in the U.S.

And of course, Cel-Fi is a plug and play system that makes it insanely easy to install. Simply plug it in, and it works almost immediately.

By the Cel-Fi Team

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